In June of 2021, the federal government passed legislation that affirmed the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) and began the process of formalizing its provisions in Canadian law. Among other things, UNDRIP states that Indigenous peoples have rights of self-government and rights of ownership, use, and development of traditionally-held lands and resources.
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"Inalienable Properties: The Political Economy of Indigenous Land Reform by Jamie Baxter."
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